Ari Katz

Ari served articles of clerkship with Levitt Kirson and subsequently joined Ernst and Young in 1983. He was appointed a partner in the informations system audit department and was involved in audits of national and international companies whilst conducting extensive consulting in the area of information systems auditing.
Ari has also been extensively involved in training and lecturing. He has been a guest lecturer at Rhodes University where he was voted “Best Visiting Lecturer,” presented seminars on behalf of Internal Auditors and lectured at the University of Witwatersrand where he was subsequently appointed a Visiting Associate in the Department of Accounting.
Ari was invited to form part of the working group of the Business Information Systems technical sub-committee established by the Education Committee of the Public Accountants’ and Auditors’ Board and in 1991 founded Boston City Campus and Business College.

Gary Flax

  • Qualified and specialized in maxilla facial prosthesis, 30 years business directorship, owned a number of successful business.
  • Our head innovator and business entrepreneur.
  • One of his most notable innovations is within the cooling and filtration technology industry, which now forms part of our everyday lives in many countries.
  • Winning the Nestle global innovation award andpartnering in production with Nestlé waters where he developed and manufactured coolers.
  • He was chosen out of 46000 entrants to be on TED talks for his innovation in water filters for the poor. Volunteer advisor for the Bill Gates foundation on water filtration for poor communities.
  • He sold his one owned furniture cleaning products company to a listed company and today it’s the largest in this field in Africa.
  • License holder of Jeep kid’s baby brand, developing the brand to the number 3 in South Africa.Holder of USA patents.
He has many years of experience in high end engineering and manufacture working experience from his current company Little Luxury, whereby he has worked with both USA and EU tech companies, while operating from China manufacturing and selling’s products in many of the biggest chains in the USA, Africa from a own world class production factory that is Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowes, Bed bath and beyond and QVC approved to name just a few sellers.